First Rebuild: Official Number: 85316 Propulsion: Sternwheel Dimensions: 117 x 34 -- 1012 tons Rebuilt: Victoria, British Columbia, Canada in 1910
117x34x9 Owned by J. Irving; to Canadian Pacific Navigation Co. 1901; to Terminal Steam Navigation Co. 1909. Built by J. Watson, Victoria 1882. Engines (2) 20x60 by Risdon Iron Works, San Francisco, from "Elizabeth J. Irving". Sternwheel. One of very few sternwheelers to venture outside sheltered waters; regularly operated Vancouver-Victoria. Licensed for 450 passengers 1914. Rammed and sank "Enterprise" 28/07/85 Vancouver Island, 2 killed.
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